Joe diGenova Discusses McCabe 60 Minutes Interview….

Joe diGenova calls in to WMAL radio to discuss Andrew McCabe, Rod Rosenstein and the Sixty Minutes interview.

Advertisements
This entry was posted in Big Stupid Government, Conspiracy ?, Decepticons, Deep State, Dem Hypocrisy, Dept Of Justice, Donald Trump, IG Report FISA Abuse, IG Report McCabe, media bias, Notorious Liars, President Trump, Spygate, Spying, Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink.

261 Responses to Joe diGenova Discusses McCabe 60 Minutes Interview….

  1. everywhereguyy says:

    Come out it is. But what will the consequences be?

    Liked by 12 people

    • Mr. T. says:

      Hard to say, Master Yoda.

      Liked by 3 people

    • yy4u says:

      None. Just as nothing came out about the Politburo while the Politburo still was in charge.

      Liked by 1 person

      • RLTW says:

        This was a shot across the bow of the Deep State by McCabe and his lawyers i.e. prosecute me and I’ll bring everyone down with me. These “60 Minutes” comments weren’t off the cuff. They were very concise and were obviously, extensively planned and rehearsed by McCabe and his legal team.

        McCabe telegraphed exactly who his legal team is going to depose and/or call as witnesses if he is prosecuted: Rosenstein, Comey, Mueller, Clapper, Brennan, Lynch, et al…Obama.

        McCabe mentions recruiting members of the President’s Cabinet. Who on the President’s Cabinet were approached? Did they alert President Trump to the fact that they were approached regarding a coupe attempt by FBI/DOJ? McCabe specifically mentions the VP. That tells me that McCabe’s legal team is planning to call Pence as a witness. Apparently at least two were on board. Who were they? Pence? Mattis?

        DOJ has no option but to prosecute McCabe. Will Barr, a creature of DOJ and the Deep State go through with the prosecution? I don’t see how he has a choice. As soon as one of these scumbags are indicted they will turn on each other like nobody’s business and the whole cabal will be revealed. Hundreds of bureaucrats in DC are shitting bricks right about now.

        Liked by 19 people

    • SEVERE..the ULTIMATE price will be paid by some…hence PANIC…LOTS of PANIC. I thought Nancy and the Cabal were winning? LOL what ever happened to THAT meme.

      Here is a big HINT. did you know that during a declared “national emergency” members of Congress LOOSE some of their “protections” against prosecution? They DO. Why do you think they act with such impunity most of the time? Because for the most part they are EXEMPT from paying for their crimes.

      Hence PANIC. This “emergency” does not involve a natural disaster, but a SECURITY crisis. THAT is why they are so panicked. They KNOW what is coming, they KNOW they can’t stop it. They KNOW what they did, and they KNOW that Trump WILL make them pay.

      Liked by 11 people

      • rvsueandcrew says:

        I did not know that. (BTW, it’s LOSE.)

        Liked by 2 people

        • william elbel says:

          I do not know why half the country spells LOSE as LOOSE!!

          Liked by 4 people

          • grlangworth says:

            I think it is because they want a higher winning score.

            Like

          • It is a common mistake. I’ve never understood why people attack others for grammar/spelling mistakes. It adds nothing to the conversation.

            Anyway I have zero faith that anyone will pay for this. That’s what so terrifying. Unless these people are punished, jailed and made an example of it will only continue and worsen. BTW, WHERE THE F**K ARE THE REPUBLICANS? Their silence tells me that they must have been a significant part of this coup.

            I really have given up hope that our constitutional republic will survive. I have 6 grandchildren that I am truly frightened for. The country that I grew up in and love with all my heart no longer exists.The constitution is literally hanging by a thread and there are too few patriots left that have enough power to fight the traitors that fill the halls of Washington

            Liked by 2 people

          • olderwiser21 says:

            william – for the same reason they say your, instead of you’re and there instead of their and could care less instead of COULDN’T care less and oh, yes – “fourty” instead of FORTY!

            Liked by 1 person

            • sat0422 says:

              We all know that spell check is non existent if you simply type here and that one cannot make a correction. Many times I hit the button to post and then realize that the wrong “there or their” has been used by mistake. I would like for those who use The Last Refuge to focus on the really big stuff and stop acting like English teachers. Some of the brightest minds in history had/have dyslexia and spelling is not nature for some people. So, just look up the “spelling handicap” that some people have and give those who get excited about making a statement a break. In the end it will not matter.

              Liked by 1 person

              • Spooky says:

                A lot o people use their pone to blog and it has speech detection software on it, thus when they say their, it assumes there, etc. They then post before carefully looking at the final output.

                Liked by 2 people

              • Spooky says:

                Wow, my last post points to the fact that this blog needs an edit function.
                Wrong words are introduced many times by people using voice detection software on their cell phones. You might say “their” and the software puts in the default word “there”. You post and then see the error.

                Like

          • arkancided says:

            It’s a good question. I’d say it’s higher than that too. I’m amazed at the atrocious spelling habits since the advent of blogs and FB and such. But the lose vs loose might be the most common error. A quick search provides this link and guess what’s at the top?

            https://theoatmeal.com/comics/misspelling

            Like

      • Archie says:

        There are currently around 37 National Emergency declarations in effect. Unless someone is going to reanimate Lincoln the Congress is safe from justice.

        Liked by 1 person

      • margarite1 says:

        ERRR….if they were so worried about being prosecuted during a national emergency why wouldn’t they give Trump his 5.7 bb to avoid the whole scenario? Was Nancy willing to let her rats risk this just to defy POTUS?

        Liked by 1 person

        • COlibertybelle says:

          Margarite, I’d say it’s because not only are so blinded by their hate for our President, they just aren’t the sharpest tools in the shed…..look who’s their leader.

          Liked by 1 person

        • sat0422 says:

          I don’t think that Trump was in the mood to bargain away their guilt for money for the wall and besides, if it is true they suffer more hard while under the “national emergency,” why would you not want them in that position. One must remember that Congress Critters have proven to be only as smart as a 5th grader and some are not even that educated.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Because they are stupid, arrogant, and believe they are ABOVE the law. Laws are for us peons, not the elite.

          Like

      • noswamp says:

        You sound like X22. I like that guy.

        Like

    • bibler123 says:

      Who were the Two Cabinet Members interested in the 25th Amendment? I assume Sessions is one and maybe McConnell’s wife?

      Like

  2. USTerminator says:

    DOJ/FBI or AQ/ISIS as most evil organization??? Tough choice…..

    Liked by 8 people

  3. casper5473 says:

    I am glad Joe is advising the President privately, and he doesn’t have to talk about it. That is why he moved from official lawyer to giving advice. Or the swamp would be after him. I hope is giving Trump nightly advice.

    Liked by 8 people

    • spinoneone says:

      The swamp is working overtime to get the President. The U.S. Attorneys for the Southern District of New York are digging into everything they can find from BEFORE he became President. That is a very serious threat.

      Liked by 4 people

      • mopar2016 says:

        If there were any real dirt on president Trump it would’ve come out before he ever ran.

        Liked by 10 people

        • Summer says:

          They could not get into his books, though. Can they now? If they can…
          They can twist simple things into sinister ones, turn “what if” into “it is” in the media or simply manufacture “evidence.”

          Like

        • swissik says:

          @mopar: they didn’t expect a win by DT, so they didn’t feel the need to search for dirt.

          Like

          • montanadi says:

            Oh but they did search for evidence. The Globalists had a huge meeting at Hilton Head to figure out how to stop him and spent over $70 million on ads during the primaries to do so. Paul Singer initially hired Fusion GPS to do opposition research. David Brocks’ Media Matters was investigating him. Both WaPo and the NYT had teams of investigators looking for dirt on him. And the FBI had been surveiling him starting back in 2015. They officially started investigating in July 2016.

            Liked by 1 person

            • tuskyou says:

              It was actually Sea Island, not HH. I have a condo in HH. Anyway, I agree about them snooping. No way they put off looking for anything they could find on Trump. Too bad for them—he’s clean as a whistle!

              Like

          • flova says:

            swissik
            Another proof that they never expected Trump to win was the Dems giving up the fight to get Obama’s pick for SCOTUS Garland in before the Nov election. They could have went around the Senate and thrown the rule book out like they did in so many other cases for 8 years but were so confident that Hillary would be queen they decided to wait it out.

            Like

            • olderwiser21 says:

              Flova, as long as we are on a grammar correction night, your sentence should read “could have gone around the Senate”. Not went. Good comment, though:)

              Like

              • Spooky says:

                olderwiswer21
                I love it when people correct someone’s grammar while they make serious mistakes themselves. You did not have a subject noun in your sentence “Not went.” You also left out a verb in “Good comment, though:}” and didn’t end it with the correct punctuation. All of us understood what he had meant.

                Like

                • olderwiser21 says:

                  Spooky – I understand correct sentence structure completely, but chose to use abbreviated phrases in my reply for expediency, as do many of the Treepers on this site. It is a form of shorthand communication that we all use. The only reason I corrected this error was to hopefully help the individual understand the correct usage of the word “gone” vs. “went”. I have a good friend who makes the same mistake constantly and unfortunately, I think it reflects on her education.

                  Like

          • sat0422 says:

            Whatever the outcome for Trump, it is a sad day in America when the good guy is threatened and rebutted at every turn. So, Hillary the choir lady didn’t get elected. That is one event made a lot of Americans happy. Not having to deal with Hillary is a great thing that happened for the people and a sign that people don’t want dirty politicians.
            So, why would the Criminal Critters think that they can sell American citizens on Trump being bad for us? Did they even try to do that with Obama, the single worst President in over 200 years? If not, then it is time to ask why and seek answers that only Wise men understand.

            Like

        • BroMole says:

          You presume they are only looking for actual dirt. If they can infer fairy dust, I guarantee that will do just fine.

          Liked by 1 person

        • Perot Conservative says:

          His CFO is reportedly cooperating.

          Like

      • LOL they have been looking, scheming, spying, plotting, fabricating and inferring for THREE years now. If they had or could make up anything that stuck, it would have ALREADY happened. ALL the SDNY is doing is getting the US ATTNY in charge there in heap big doo doo. ESPECIALLY when the true nature of their treachery is SOON revealed.

        Liked by 2 people

    • noswamp says:

      Did he say that this interview? If he did I missed it. Good for him! And great for our President.

      Like

  4. NJF says:

    Just an observation before I listen.

    In a way it’s great that McCabe did this interview now bc Barr has no choice but to act. It’s all out in the open.

    Liked by 24 people

  5. everywhereguyy says:

    McCabe knows he’s in line for serious legal peril. He thinks if he puts others in the same spot, they’ll let him go to save themselves, by dropping the whole thing and sweeping it under the rug.

    Liked by 8 people

  6. SpotTheSpook says:

    Your good buddy Dan Bongino nails it way better on his Podcast today.

    Liked by 13 people

  7. DJT2020 says:

    Andy “Duping Delight” McCabe

    Liked by 2 people

  8. Muthaucker says:

    Andrew McCabe is a stupid individual. That someone so stupid was the Assistant Director of the FBI is alarming. The FBI should be disestablished ASAP, it serves no useful purpose.

    Liked by 18 people

    • Nigella says:

      I agree.. Watched a show the other night about the FBI and the Mafia and how they brought down one of the bigges by wire taps etc. Said to my husband “Now they only wire tap elected Presidents because they don’t like their politics.” Sad we have come to this

      Liked by 8 people

    • Sweet Old Bob says:

      That is what they want . Then they stock the replacement org. with 100% their side .
      Now , there are still some good people there .

      Like

    • iconoclast says:

      Remember that McCabe is close friends of Bill and Hillary. He’s been doing her bidding. Dollars to doughnuts McCabe’s getting and acting on advice from Hillary and Co., and we know how good that advice must be …

      Liked by 1 person

      • Buck desnudo says:

        They’re more than friends, the Clinton’s bribed (excuse me “donated to her campaign”) them with $600,000 when McCabe’s wife was running for state legislature. On top of that Andrew showed up at her campaign rallies which was illegal or unethical, I don’t remember which.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Newton Love says:

          The Hatch Act of 1939, officially An Act to Prevent Pernicious Political Activities, is a United States federal law whose main provision prohibits employees in the executive branch of the federal government, except the president, vice-president, and certain designated high-level officials, from engaging in some forms of political activity. It went into law on August 2, 1939.

          Like

        • Newton Love says:

          – Jill McCabe ran for the VA State Senate in District 13.
          – Former Clinton Bundler and close Clinton friend Terry McAweful was VA’s Governor.
          – Gov McAweful donated $600,000 to Jill McCabe’s campaign
          – No other VA State Senate candidate got a donation from McAweful
          – Only Jill McCabe’s husband Andrew was running “Mid-Term Exam” (the HRC investigations)

          And the (D)s say that there is nothing strange going on in these events.

          Liked by 1 person

    • Bulldog84 says:

      McCabe is not stupid. He is corrupt. He was successful not getting caught for so long that he became cocky and careless. If HRC had won, McCabe would likely have become FBI director one day. Thank God she didn’t win.

      I can’t abide those (such as Hannity, whom I can barely stomach anymore) who keep talking up the so-called rank and file of the FBI. We had an acquaintance who was an FBI agent who zip-tied his wife and then shot himself in their home with his own weapon. A good person doesn’t do that. It’s a mere anecdote to be sure, but I’m way over giving someone the benefit of the doubt simply because they work or worked for the FBI, whatever the rank.

      Liked by 14 people

      • Mr. T. says:

        Bulldog84, I hear ya about Hannity. I infrequently watch his show now. I’m tired of him trying to cram too much into each show to the point where he cuts off the responses from his guests. That, and many times it’s just the same old stuff, night after night.

        As for the FBI agent who killed is wife and then himself, would that be David Raynor? He showed his wife no mercy, and you’re right, a good person doesn’t do that.

        Liked by 4 people

        • Zippy says:

          “where he cuts off the responses from his guests”

          Exactly! The guest will be on a great roll with an important point or points to be made and then Hannity interrupts them to unnecessarily inject:

          “the same old stuff, night after night.”

          Liked by 4 people

        • Bulldog84 says:

          The agent whom I described was not David Raynor. With respect to the agent’s widow, I will not say the agent’s name. It was not publicized.

          Liked by 2 people

      • BroMole says:

        Agreed – tired of trotting out the vacuous lipsync “I honor their service” and blah blah blah – it must just be a few bad apples at the top. When you put rotten produce in with good, the good doesn’t fix the rotten, it rots faster and deeper. While there are smart, redeemable people, the entire culture is such that it cannot be trusted, regardless of the ratio of good to bad that you think there might be. The core is rotten at this point.

        It is a cancer that has infested the entire body. TEAR IT DOWN to the foundation.

        Liked by 6 people

        • Zippy says:

          There is wisdom in the old saying, “A fish rots from the head down.”

          As far as lower level insiders fighting the corrupted higher-ups within their agencies consider that such insiders know from being deep within the belly of the beast that the system is so corrupted and the bureaucracy so huge that one person will be crushed by the Deep State Swamp and their lives destroyed, most likely to no good or lasting effect.

          Just look at what happens to whistle blowers and how there are no REAL reforms after their revelations. FBI COINTELPRO misdeeds in the 60s resulting in the establishment of a FISA court as a countermeasure? Look how well THAT worked out! Just LIE to the freaking court and since there is no adversary in the court to fight that, it succeeds!

          Whereas the Deep State Swamp makes no real effort whatsoever to find and even covers up illegal activities by swamp members it will use all means available to destroy adversaries. Just look what the FBI / DO”J” / CIA / NSA / UK Five Eyes did against a presidential candidate and then PRESIDENT! Resistance by a few is futile. They will be crushed because all of the tools of our technological police state will be used to find them and destroy their lives.

          Liked by 5 people

          • Newton Love says:

            FBI Director Mueller created the “Up or Out” that cleaned the ranks of experienced Agents at the top of each field office.

            Mueller then appointed new heads of the field offices that were more interested in getting another promotion than in Law Enforcement.

            That is how we arrived at the corrupt FBI we have today!

            Liked by 3 people

      • jimsung says:

        “Stupid is as stupid does.”

        Intelligent people do incredibly stupid things. (Amazon/Bezos!)

        I was just remarking to my mother today that there are no grown-ups in the FBI. I’m retired USAF. It seems that there are no higher ranking people in the FBI than Colonel to one star general. I know a 3 star general that graduated from the academy in 1984 and has served ever since. I can’t remember ever seeing an incompetent general. Yes, a few did stupid things, but it seems the majority of the FBI/DoJ leadership are incompetent, naive, corrupt, political, inbred and narcissistic.

        Looking back, I think the FBI has been corrupt for 50-75 years or more. I know Truman complained about them.

        Liked by 2 people

    • WSB says:

      Apparently, McCabe was rewarded for his fixing by moving up the line pretty quickly. Obvious to many. But then McCabe was Hillary’s neighbor in Chappaqua.

      Liked by 3 people

    • Perot Conservative says:

      My Guess: Rosenstein’s Clinton-lawyer-wife has Valerie Jarrett’s role for the small group.

      Liked by 2 people

    • beach lover says:

      Very good interview…esp starting at 19:00. I learned for first time of the Chinese having all of Hillary’s emails! And that Peter Strzok was briefed about it 3 times. Even Congress was briefed about it.

      Now… tell me again about the Russians?!

      Liked by 6 people

    • simicharmed says:

      Wow! Thank you for sharing this. Fantastic information from a Military Intelligence Pro. He clearly knows what it going on. He gives his opinions of fixing the problems as well as Chris Wray uselessness (Swamp).

      Liked by 2 people

      • Paprika says:

        Yup! And speaking of Director Wray–he sure is the quiet one isn’t he? You would think that he would be front and center on investigating “this matter” of corruption in his institution. Guess he is busy still being mad about the shut down and how that effected his troops.

        Liked by 3 people

        • Perot Conservative says:

          I have tennis shoes smarter than him.

          But he has the pension and dumber-than-dumb smirk.

          Call me old fashioned: if I’m the new FBI Director, first thing I do us fire all 50-100 FBI agents / staff who leaked without authorization or took bribes.

          THAT would wake everybody up!

          And WHY haven’t we heard from all of these people who wanted to come forward? They need protection, give them protection!

          Like

          • margarite1 says:

            I wonder if the job is just window dressing for Wray so he has a job his friends and family would consider respectable. As I recall after reading about him he’s above needing the money. Of course he should be replaced if he’s unmotivated to actually do what’s needed.

            Like

    • Doppler says:

      Thanks gretaherndon. This Tony Schaeffer interview is a wealth of information – a voice from inside Defense Intelligence, wide open and on video, who’s been watching and involved these last several years, working with the President to unravel Spygate, the insurance policy, Crossfire Hurricane, etc., etc. What insight to hear from these people with equal access and resources as the FBI. To actually see him and be able to judge his character and demeanor by how he speaks. It’s like 17 times better than seeking truth on 8 chan.

      Liked by 5 people

    • Krashman Von Stinkputin says:

      Wow.
      Make this guy DNI.

      Like

    • Janice says:

      Excellent interview! Very informative for me.

      Like

    • This is fantastic.
      Schaffer is impressive–a great counter to the tired claim that POTUS does not have good advisors.
      Schaffer’s list of the folks on his London Center is impressive; and his presence in the 2020 campaign should be reassuring to many. It would be interesting to understand why there is no action against the Chinese company that he cites (but does not name), in Manassas VA.

      Like

    • antiqueiron says:

      Good interview! I know full well that the clintons have been aiding the Chinese for many years, the “missing” hard drives etc. But I didn’t know that it was known early on that her illegal server was a node tied directly to Chinese Intel. In a sane America, all the clintons would have been hauled in and charged with treason forthwith. I’ve said for a while that there are two questions that should be asked when dealing with the clintons. One, what makes you think she only had ONE illegal server? And two, knowing how money hungry they are, what makes you think they weren’t SELLING classified info the the Chinese? Have the clintons ever done anything for free?

      And one more. What makes you think that obama didn’t have illegal server(s) as well?

      I want these people stood against a wall & shot. Period.

      Liked by 3 people

  9. Bryan Alexander says:

    The Senate should have removed Bill Clinton for Lying in 1998. We now have open season to lie in Washington. The rule of law is gone.

    Sadly, I think Barr is there not to enforce the law but to bury the evidence of lawbreaking and make it all disappear. I think McCabe is the only DOJ/FBI person in this entire mess who is in any legal jeopardy. And his is for lying to the IG, not for his seditious conspiracy.

    Liked by 2 people

    • Chip Doctor says:

      Bryan, I have posted this to several threads today to try and apply some pressure to Barr.

      Ok, Treepers. We have been looking for ways to make our voices heard. For whatever reasons, most do not like the idea of a massive march on DC.

      I have another idea that could have just as big of an effect. If a million deploreables wrote AG Barr a letter insisting that he enforce the laws equally for all, it would get his attention. Heck, if he received 5000 letters a day it would get his attention. Write a letter, make 20 copies of it. Mail a copy everyday for 20 straight days. Snail mail is more effective. Get everyone you know to do the same. Pass this on to other blogs and news sites. Let’s start a movement. I sent my first today.

      Attorney General William Barr
      U.S. Department of Justice
      950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
      Washington, DC 20530-0001

      Liked by 8 people

  10. Marygrace Powers says:

    McCabe’s “F Flynn”/he was responsible
    for the leaked Flynn call to Kislyak – which
    btw was a violation of the Espionage Act.

    Liked by 2 people

  11. starfcker says:

    WordPress is locking up comments

    Liked by 1 person

  12. Nessie509 says:

    This is Barr’s turn in the spotlight to show us that the law applies to everyone.
    Even to FBI guys who thought they were patriots. So much so, they leaked secret information to journalists. Then, full of hubris, wrote books about their misadventures.
    Justice must catch up with them. Indictments, prosecution, conviction and prison await them all. Even if they were mistaken about their duty to country.

    Liked by 2 people

  13. Sandra-VA says:

    I think a slow rolling earthquake is happening and it will lead to a crushing tsunami.

    McCabe is a buffoon… thought he could usurp the will of the people and take out an elected President. Brennan is the ringleader, imo – he set all the pieces in motion.

    Barr… your turn at bat.

    Liked by 18 people

    • beach lover says:

      Agree with your opinion. If you listen to the Tony Shafer interview on The Epoch Times, you will hear him describe how this had to have gone down.. and it started with Susan Rice, and Clapper.

      What further comforted me is that he (Tony), is advising the President on all of this. That means, they (WH) knows everything the Obama team did. McCabe is part of the symptom, but small potatoes and expendable. I want Brennan, Yates, Clapper, Rice, Comey, RR, and Lynch all hauled before a Grand Jury.

      Let’s get this party started.. we have much to do.

      Liked by 6 people

    • davidb says:

      Barr….your turn at bat….we are 0-2 with sessions and whitaker.

      Liked by 1 person

    • Ray Runge says:

      McCabe must figure he can taunt and deter Barr as he launches his retirement fund parade. McCabe has already been referred for prosecution and he is simply one among many law breakers that have escaped legal jeopardy.

      Barr is truly the man that current circumstances that he hits the ground running or forever be assigned to the supportive cast in the Swamp.

      The difficulty for Barr is McCabe at the 2017 focus of just past the Comey firing is in no way separate from a year earlier when the Steele Dossier was created and FISA warrants obtained. The prosecution of McCabe leads any honest prosecutor to delve into the giant can of worms now in open sight.

      Liked by 1 person

      • WSB says:

        I wonder how shocked Bar will be to see the lack of caliber in this agency? While the Bush DOJ was no stalwart, it must have been a vastly different attitude back then.

        Like

    • jackphatz says:

      Barr has a monument job today. Will he do it?

      Liked by 1 person

    • mopar2016 says:

      Buraq and Brennan cooked up the whole thing.

      Liked by 1 person

    • antiqueiron says:

      Sandra, you are right about Brennan. 100%

      Liked by 1 person

  14. GSparrow says:

    I hope Joe is correct about Barr preparing for a Grand Jury to deal with the “Dirty Cops.” It’s long overdue.

    The worst parts of “master briefer” McCabe’s interview were when he revealed what he claimed were accurate private conversations with POTUS. Specifically, the allegation that Trump said he believed Putin over his own Intel chiefs. At the time, P Trump knew without a doubt that Brennan, Clapper, Comey and McCabe could not be trusted and were trying to take him down and even imprison him. ie Adm. Rogers’s tips. Trump didn’t have to wait for them reveal their rage and hatred of him later on MSNBC, CNN and now CBS. He knew it early.

    Aren’t the Justice System’s double standards wonderful? Political muckraker Roger Stone’s home is raided and he’s indicted for allegedly lying to Congress (process crimes) while the Deputy Director of the FBI McCabe is accused of “a lack of candor or a failure to disclose something” like lying and then is fired so he will have plenty of time to write a very profitable Tell All BS book like Comey etc and is treated like a heroic savior. Roger Stone is hammered with a Gag Order. No Book tour for him.

    Liked by 4 people

  15. Paco Loco says:

    Joe D. Is brilliant and lays out the illegality committed by the cabal in precise terms. He’d make the ideal Special Council to investigate Mueller, his thugs and the cabal and bring the perps in front of a Grand Jury. For more than two years the attempt to discredit and remove POTUS has been the main feature of the theater of the absurd! Time to bring the hammer down and hold the enemies of the state accountable.

    Liked by 4 people

  16. f.fernandez says:

    McCabe is trying to throw Rosenstein under the bus; Why? To taint anything he might have to testify about?

    Liked by 2 people

    • Rose says:

      Revenge, the rest of the dirty cops were driven out and the ultimate dirty cop became the second in command so he could hide his corrupt role. Rosenslime has just been exposed, he can no longer work for any government agency.

      Liked by 1 person

  17. smurfette says:

    Pelley on 60 mins needs more acting lessons. He couldn’t manage to hide the disinterested nodding to McCabe’s non-riveting responses. At least they didn’t sub in a sitcom “APPLAUSE” laugh track!

    1984 Orwell wrote something to the effect of

    “Those who control the past – control the future.”

    And “those who control the present – controls the past.”

    Ask yourselves who is behind the Fed Reserve because JFK was out to terminate it before he was assassinated. Who was behind LBJ?

    I’m not sure that William Barr is going to do much except as one treeper noted earlier – he will act as a closer on Mueller’s SC.

    Liked by 1 person

  18. Merle Marks says:

    Liberal wackjobs never cease to amaze me…they CANNOT help but consistently step into oncoming traffic while they think they are spotlighting their moral superiority…never mind that they were committing crimes…they are wrong about everything they stand for and all they feel…

    Like

  19. Sandra-VA says:

    Oh, and remember when the MSM was blathering on about the 25th amendment? PROOF of collusion with the FBI to take out the President! You know they seeded that story….

    The damage done to this country is incalculable.

    Joe D hasn’t been wrong yet so I hope he is right about Barr…

    Liked by 4 people

  20. doohmax says:

    The activities of the Obama Justice Department and Intelligence agencies to change the course of a Presidential election and then subvert a sitting President is possibly the story of this century. Yet, no journalists are interested? Are they afraid for their safety? Do they hate Trump so much, they will forfeit the story of a lifetime? What did Obama know and when did he know it? After all, Page mentioned to Strzok that the President (Obama) wanted to know everything.

    Liked by 4 people

    • Ray Runge says:

      Milliions $$$$$ are at stake and MSM’s job is to smother a story with a pillow until public curiosity leaves.

      Liked by 3 people

    • vikingmom says:

      “Are they afraid for their safety?” Possible – they have all seen what has happened to anyone who asks too many questions…from Vince Foster to Ron Brown, from Lt. Quarles Harris Jr.,to Loretta Fuddy to Set Rich

      “Do they hate Trump so much, they will forfeit the story of a lifetime?” Yes, as a matter of fact, they do! Don’t forget this story from 2016 “A nonpartisan group finds 19 out of every 20 campaign dollars donated by the media industry are being given to Hillary Clinton’s campaign.”

      “What did Obama know and when did he know it?” THIS is the $64,000 question (actually add a few more zeroes on that figure and it might be more accurate.) This whole plot was cooked up by the supporters, advisors, and accomplices of Barack Obama, including leaders of the Republican party (Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, and John Cain, just to name a few) in order to destroy the sovereignty of the United States of America and to become filthy rich in the process. What he knew, what he allowed, and what he orchestrated is the linchpin of the entire plot, and IF we finally get a complete answer to that, then we will know if we have, indeed, been able to “keep” the Republic!

      Liked by 2 people

      • antiqueiron says:

        It would be impossible for the WH not to know. I believe obama actually had little to do with the day to day stuff, he’s just a figurehead & too stupid to plan anything this big. Brennan is the guy at the top of this, at least domestically. There are people above him.

        Liked by 2 people

        • Everybody who ever helped Obama/Soetoro towards the Presidency, was and is available to help him with planning every detail of the coup d’etat. Brennan (and Jarrett) was just his immediate Igor to his Frankenstein (or the Frankenstein to his Mary Shelley, as true author…I see Brennan as the eager, obedient projection of Obama, his spear-point). Birds of a Muslim-minded feather, but one was President and the other only a cunning Robespierre, an advisor.

          Like

          • antiqueiron says:

            Nope, that’s backward. In the deep state world, obama was merely a figure head not the boss. Brennan was one of the two men who “discovered” obama. He trained him, groomed him, took him to the Middle east for training as well. Brennan doesn’t work for obama, obama works for Brennan. Val Jar is the minder & she reports to Brennan. Once we all understand that, it all makes more sense.

            Like

        • rashomon says:

          “I believe obama actually had little to do with the day to day stuff,…”

          You gotta be kidding me.

          Like

          • He had everything to do with it…that’s his thing.

            Liked by 1 person

          • antiqueiron says:

            Do you really think obama is in charge of any thing? Really? Well, I’ll give you this, he may be in charge of going for coffee. Brennan and assoc. are running this show, not obama.

            Liked by 1 person

            • rashomon says:

              I don’t think Obama or Brennan are the top dogs in “running the show”, but Obama definitely is a Manchurian Candidate designed — and I mean designed — to play his role in this complex stage play. The Wunderkind arrived in Chicago playing a lovable social-justice community organizer, instigated the Motor Voter law to mess up voter registration, acquired the correct connections and mentors far too quickly (and a book deal), was begifted millions of $$$ to destroy some schools, sneaked into a Senate seat by deviously opening “sealed” files on his opponents…and “he was off!” to weaponize the presidency, a position he was ineligible to pursue.

              Yes, he has handlers, but he manages to fulfill his part of the complex operation with slippery skill and evil intent.

              Like

              • antiqueiron says:

                Yes and Brennan and Zbigniew Brzezinski orchestrated all of that. Obama’s part is to read the prepared scripts & go where they point & act like they direct him to act. Obama is not a smart man, slippery & evil on the other hand, I can agree with. He is in charge of nothing. I am not aware of who is above Brennan in the US, although he certainly takes orders from someone. Maybe one of the Fords? IDK. It certainly is not Soros.

                Like

    • antiqueiron says:

      It’s only the second biggest story. But if we tie obama & his ineligibility into this, then OK with me. The deep state installing an ineligible poser into the WH is the biggest story & the biggest crime in American history. But this entire thing all ties together.

      Liked by 1 person

  21. Madmax110 says:

    Barr won’t dig too deep. This goes all the way to Obama and Clinton and maybe Bush. Members of government, media and judges. I doubt he’s going to open that can of worms, but hope I’m wrong.

    Like

    • YY4U says:

      If I were writing this novel, I’d have the Deep State collusion go all the way back to 1980 when the Deep State wasn’t strong enough to prevent Ronald Reagan from taking office. I might even through in an assassination attempt to make George H. W. Bush president. I’d have some global string pullers colluding with super rich Americans to minimize the damage Reagan might do to Globalism.. maybe sic a special counsel on him to damage his presidency. But I wouldn’t have the Deep State Bureaucrats be too overt because there are still too many patriots in the government and they might blow the whistle. I’d be replacing them slowly with fellow travelers. I’d throw in a twist candidate by the name of Perot in 1992 who scared the bejesus out of the Deep State but I’d manage to scare him off, maybe threaten one of his family or something. It wouldn’t much matter if Clinton or Bush won in 1992 just so long as it wasn’t the outsider (Perot). By 2016, I’d have the whole country under the control of Elite Globalists who were slowly picking America’s bones. And if an outsider came along then, why I’d have everything set in place to take him or her down. If I were writing this novel.

      Liked by 2 people

    • antiqueiron says:

      That can of worms, absolutely, positively, without fail, without hindrance, without hesitation, without second thoughts, without reservations, qualms, or heeby geebys MUST be opened, examined, investigated, turned over, shined a light upon and given a colonoscopy on world wide TV in prime time! How’s that, for a run on sentence? 🙂

      Like

  22. JANEY says:

    The only thing McCabe was worried about was that Comey had been fired so their firewall was gone. He was nervous that all would be found out. They had to come up with another way to stall the info from coming out. That is the reason that a Special Counsel was named…to prevent the real truth from coming out.

    Liked by 1 person

  23. roccoboy1 says:

    Rant alert. The frustration level is off the charts.
    We know that there was a coup attempt. We know all the dirty cops. We know it all. we know that this is THE MOST EGREGIOUS ABUSE OF POWER IN THE HISTORY OF THE US.

    But nothing will happen. How do I know? Because, as much as it pains me to say this, the media decides what will happen. Nothing happened with fast and furious, IRS, Benghazi, the weaponization of the intelligence agencies…NOTHING.
    Sure there will be posturing. Lindsay Graham will haul people into his committee where our hopes will be momentarily raised and then…NADA. Because the media will spin, spin spin…. and quash the whole thing.

    Trumps election was a shocker due to the fact that the media usually decides who should win and provides the necessary propaganda. It usually works. In fact, it has always worked before. Thank God it didn’t work this time.

    But let us not fool ourselves. McCabe interview was a joke but only to those who know the background and the questions which should have been asked. To the useful idiots which Dems always count on, he will be seen as a hero for trying to save the country from Bad Orange Man. The won’t even mind if you point out the illegality inherent in McCabe’s account. Why? because the media and lying Dems have for years now relentlessly painted DJT as evil incarnate and incompetent. I mean who wouldn’t want to get Hitler out of office by whatever means necessary?

    So we go into our little bubble and complain to each other about the media, the lying Dems but to what end? I fear greatly for 2020. Trump should win by a landslide. But the effort to stop that will be ratcheted up in an unbelievable way:

    The media is beyond description in its bias and coverage – but at this point they have no shame. They only have the goal in mind. So complain all we want. It won’t change and will only get worse

    Twitter, facebook, youtube, are censoring conservatives ad nauseam and this too will only get worse

    The Dems will be all in for voter fraud – there is no question. They will be ransacking insane asylums and old age homes for warm bodies who can vote.

    Just look at one example: there are now so many proven hoaxes where people falsely claim that trump supporters did something, be it start church fires, attack minorities, etc etc. You would think that the public perception would change in the face of so many proven hoaxes. But no- the media has implanted for years that Trump supporters are racist homophobic etc and that is what still stands. I have no doubt.

    So no matter how much we point out the rush to judgement, with covington or smollert, no matter how outraged we are by the cabal of seditious deep state operatives, it is difficult to move the dial. The media and the lying dems know that. So we point out the lies and they keep lying because they know it will work. The end justifies the means in their eyes.

    Liked by 12 people

  24. Zippy says:

    Warren: Officials Have ‘Constitutional’ Duty ‘to Invoke 25th Amendment’ if Trump Can’t Fulfill Job
    18 Feb 2019

    https://www.breitbart.com/clips/2019/02/18/warren-officials-have-constitutional-duty-to-invoke-25th-amendment-if-trump-cant-fulfill-job/

    At a news conference after a rally in Las Vegas, Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) told KLAS’s 8 News NOW that Trump administration officials “have a constitutional responsibility to invoke the 25th Amendment,” if they think it is needed.

    Like

    • necsumadeoinformis says:

      Chief Spreading Bull speak with forked tongue, Kimosabe.

      Liked by 4 people

    • theresanne says:

      This was an election, not a beauty contest where the runner up gets the title if the winner gains weight.
      On the other hand, Warren obviously committed fraud with her false claims of Native American heritage. Aren’t there real laws to deal with that?

      Liked by 2 people

    • booger71 says:

      Warren actually ought to read the 25th Amendment. The word fulfill is not in there. It was passed after the JFK assassination because of the cluster……on who succeeded the President. Regan invoked it during his surgery after his assassination attempt. Then he retook power after he was out of anesthesia.

      Like

      • Zippy says:

        “Warren actually ought to read the 25th Amendment.”

        That’s why I posted it. She’s clueless like anyone else who spews that stupid opinion.

        Like

    • Zorro says:

      Hey SquatsWithSocialists, hold my firewater…

      Like

    • Dixie Sugarbaker says:

      I don’t think Trump has shown signs of mental instability, like believing you are another race than what you are. I mean, that would be crazy!

      Like

  25. 300 says:

    I got some bread anyone have a few circus animals.

    Liked by 1 person

  26. MACAULAY says:

    McCabe’s allegations against Rosenstein are enough for an Honest DOJ to sit him down and put him under oath and let help answer any question asked, and to “lack candor” him when he lies, which he most likely will; then take his passport and sent him home while a newly appointed Special Prosecutor and Grand Jury decides what crimes to charge him with.

    Question is: Do we have an Honest DOJ yet.

    Like

    • mikeyboo says:

      I find it remarkable in that McCabe’s supreme hubris he sees himself as any more honorable than Rosenstein. These are the swine in the pig pen pointing at each other’s dirt.

      Like

  27. dawg says:

    Question: Have any of the usual suspects, i.e. Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Schiff, HIllary, etc, etc….come out and publicly defended McCabe? With a tweet or anything?

    Liked by 2 people

  28. Sugarhillhardrock says:

    A confession of sorts.

    For months I held out expectation that Sessions was working behind the scenes to move justice forward regarding the Coup. I expected Seeions would use Huber and silent Grand Jury proceedings to indict the perpetrators of this enormous crime.

    I take PDJT’S “beauty” tweet about Sessions this am to indicate that expectation was wrong. No indictments have been handed down for a crime that likely was conceived in the spring of 2016.

    Sessions appears to be pure swamp. He may prove to be a plant. If so, I pray his Azz is subject of a True Bill.

    If he is one of the Coupists, and were convicted, I would take pleasure volunteering for his firing squad.

    What an evil Bass turd.

    Liked by 1 person

    • rashomon says:

      Remember, Sessions brought Stephen Miller to the Trump Team. We know Mr. Miller is a nuclear weapon operating on our president’s behalf. This onion has many offsets, all needing to be peeled away.

      Like

  29. Zaza says:

    At the risk of being banned here I’m going to suggest that perhaps the PotUS should STOP firing the chief of these corrupt orgs and simply moving the next corrupt swamp rat in line up the ladder and put in charge.

    Maybe FIRE THE LOT OF THEM and STOP replacing one piece of treacherous scum with another swamp rat. I’m not sure who is advising the PotUS on these appointments but they need to be fired as well.

    Like

  30. theresanne says:

    McCabe seems awfully effeminate to get so high in the FBI. Whatever happened to Glenn Ford-like “G-Men”? Why not disband the FBI and bring in the Marshalls. Or better yet, the Texas Rangers.

    Liked by 4 people

  31. Ausonius says:

    I know that many people here dismiss Peggy Noonan, and not unjustly, as a RINO Never-Trumper. However, in an essay in the past weekend’s Wall Street Journal she warned that the idiocy from Warren, Ocasio-Cortez, and company, which is rightly mocked and despised as impossible claptrap by those of us with intelligence and experience, is in fact being accepted as logical and as The Wave of the Future by the two youngest generations now rising in America. They are as blinkered and stupid as the stupidest and blindest of the left-wing Baby Boomers of the 1960’s.

    She warned that more such people will be elected, and that at least some of their agenda will be made into law, if not nationally, then on the state level.

    I agree. And so…what must we do?

    The task for Conservatives is to counter the continual Socialist/Communist/EnviroLunacy propaganda from practically everywhere, which has captured their minds. Making the case for true capitalism (as opposed to MAObama’s crony capitalistic socialism), making the case for freedom from government, making the case for thrift and morality in all aspects of Life, making the case for the The Greco-Roman-Judaeo-Christian Tradition, and – amazingly! – making the case for Life versus Death, (which one should not need to do of course), are essential for the long-term survival of America and of the policies of President Trump.

    Without converting people – especially the younger ones – back to basic Religion and to the basic philosophical principles of the founding of America, the country will not persist in the form it should.

    Like

  32. mr.piddles says:

    Gonna save this one for my 12AM Cream Of Wheat snack time.

    Now I have TWO things to look forward to. Plus, always good to get the occasional Joe diGenova Pep Talk.

    Like

  33. YY4U says:

    I’m thinking Comey is a gigantic doofus and thus was played for a fool by McCabe and Rosenstein. My guess is all Comey cared about was “being” the Director of the FBI, that he left everything else up to McCabe. Note the “insurance policy” was in “Andy’s office” not in “Jim’s office”. It was Rosenstein who recommended Comey be fired (so he could be “used” for this?). Comey went out and exonerated Hillary Clinton. Who set him up to do that? Wasn’t Strzok the agent who interviewed her? My bet is McCabe colluded with Strzok and Page to feed Comey information which Comey then, dumb as a brick, went out and parroted on the TV cameras. And took the flack for it. Nobody took flack for letting her have attorneys with her when she was being interrogated, not being sworn in, etc. Comey took the flack for information he was fed like we feed peanuts to a squirrel. IMHO the squirrel probably has a higher IQ than poor Jim. I don’t think Comey is smart enough to collude with his own feet to move his body from point a to point b. Just an opinion.

    Like

    • ristvan says:

      Yy4u, tend to disagree. It was Comey who dishonestly exhonerated Clinton by saying there was no intent. 18USC798 (mishandling classified info) does NOT require intent.
      You did, or you didn’t, factually mishandle. Do not even have to ‘know’ was classified. Felony, 5 years. She DID know and DID mishandle.

      Comey also signed the first Carter Page FISA warrant application knowing (as he later testified under oath to Congress) that the dossier was uncorroborated and tainted by oppo research bias. Felony 18USC1018, false attestation.

      Comey is a guilty as all h complicit co-conspirator. Anything but a doofus.

      Liked by 3 people

      • mimbler says:

        Yes, even a doofus lawyer wouldn’t use lack of intent to refuse charging, when the statute doesn’t require intent.

        My wife and I as laypeople were stunned when he listed all the applicable elements of the crime existing, but then refusing to charge for lack of intent.

        Guilty indeed. And with an annoying overlay of hubris.

        Like

      • mikeyboo says:

        Seems to me when your house is infested with skunks no point wasting time trying to line ’em up in order of stinkiness.

        Liked by 2 people

      • GB Bari says:

        Agreed. I’ve been stewed about that “intent” BS since the day Comey invented & announced it.

        If I recall – and I don’t have the patience to dig through the document – I.G. Horowitz discusssed that very issue in his report on the Clinton emails / server investigation.

        Like

      • Brian Baker says:

        Liked by 1 person

    • dd_sc says:

      Comey (and Lynch) are Clintonistas from way back. Comey handled the Sandy Berger case and made sure it didn’t expand into Clinotn’s inner circle.

      He knew what was going on, but no written order or hands on control. Allows him to talk to the media without making a gaffe to spill the beans. Took an out of the blue line of questioning from freshman Rep. Stefanik to to trip him up. Notice that you don’t hear much from Stefanik any more (she was re-elected).

      Like

  34. Rock Knutne says:

    It’s the hubris of these people that leads them to go on television and lie right to millions of Americans and know they will get away with it.

    We’ll see. My money is on President Trump.

    And God.

    Liked by 1 person

  35. Mrs. E says:

    rosenstein is a lying THUG.just as Joe DiGenova said; he is pathetic! He can never wash away the stench that he carries with him.

    Liked by 1 person

  36. Firefly says:

    Looks like William Barr is ckeaningthings up like nothing much ever happened. Looks like Rosenstein and McXabe are off the hook for testifying. Not suprising since Lindsey Graham letter was blown off on Roger Stone raid.

    Like

    • necsumadeoinformis says:

      Sounds like DOJ and conspirators told McCabe not to go nuclear, because everything will get swept under the rug, with a few minor wrist-slaps, for the sake of “institutional continuity”…

      Liked by 1 person

  37. Brian Baker says:

    As SD has stated very early in all of this, the corrupt officials knew they would lose on the facts so they have been fighting a propaganda war. Up until now the DOJ has been letting them get away with it. Will it be allowed to continue?

    Like

  38. Truth seeker says:

    I hope Joe is correct that Rosen(berg)stein will be gone in 2 weeks. That will be a breath of fresh air.

    Like

  39. Fools Gold says:

    What does grand jury investigation mean. I’ve heard that multiple times about McCabe and others. How long does it take and what are the charges and what are the senctence ranges for the crimes? Who is the lead investigators name? If this is happening then why are suspected folks going around blabbing and creating a story in the media? I’ll believe that when I see it…
    As for little Lindsey, I ain’t done with him yet, when he runs again I’ll say the same thing: #NeverLindsey
    If I were Trump I’d seek more than Joe’s opinions.

    Like

  40. Fools Gold says:

    As much as I’d like for joe to be right, I only trust Trump! Anybody that thinks Lindsey is a deplorable ain’t been watching him as long as I have.

    Like

  41. Fools Gold says:

    As much as I’d like for joe to be right, I only trust Trump! Anybody that thinks Lindsey is a deplorable ain’t been watching him as long as I have.

    Like

  42. jeans2nd says:

    Joe DiG must not be aware that Lawfare has brought in a new law firm – Culper Partners consulting firm out of Seattle., who specialize in advising tech firms how to manipulate current and pending laws and regs – read lobbyists.

    We may join Joe DiG in railing against the McCabes and Comeys et al, but make no mistake, the Lawfare folks are here to stay, and they mean business.
    The Lawfare folks talk way too much and are too easy to read. Joe DiG may be well-advised to stop talking and start thinking.

    All that said, still luv Joe DiG. Joe DiG is a good guy who brings us much joy. Joe and Victoria are much appreciated.

    Like

  43. covfefe999 says:

    What a cool show on that WMAL station! Is the entire day of programming that good? Not only was DiGenova awesome, I love the hosts too. Great questions, they let him speak and answer in great detail, and added a little bit of humor. I hate to get my hopes up but I do hope DiGenova and other Barr fans are right about Barr.

    Like

    • GB Bari says:

      WMAL is my go-to radio station when I can receive them. They broadcast their FM signal (105.9Mhz) from Northern Virginia and I’m about 45 air miles away. Can barely hear them in my house; the car radio is a bit better but depends on geography. Their AM signal comes from Germantown MD on 630Khz and is hard to receive in my location unless conditions are clear. AFAIK, they have the best moderate / conservative programming in the area, followed by WCBM in Baltimore. I’ve been listening to them for maybe 20+ years.

      Bit of trivia – As of 2025, WMAL will have been operating under the same call letters for 100 years.

      And I agree – hope Barr is a good guy.

      Like

  44. Hebo Sabe says:

    Most of you guys drink another flavor… but it’s still kool-aid.

    Like

  45. Newton Love says:

    I may be wrong, but I have a feeling that the “old school” AG Barr is much more interested in restoring the public trust in the DoJ and the FBI, than he is in protecting a bunch of current people that recently ruined that reputation.

    Think back to when J Edgar Hoover was blackmailing legislators, and all but assassinating Dr Martin Luther King and Malcolm X. When that corruption came out (and it always comes out), the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches worked together to restore the faith and trust of the American people in the FBI and DoJ.

    And so it is now. The “Deplorables” who delivered the Electoral College victory to PDJT will again vote for PDJT, because he fights for what they want, and know that the (D) candidate will be sworn to eliminate anything that PDJT did.

    Part of what we Deplorables want is “Lock Her Up!” That translates into “We want impartial integrity restored to the FBI and DoJ.

    The government rules by the consent of the governed. When we lose all faith in the “top law enforcement agency” the FBI / DoJ will no longer find docile civilians who help them, but open hostility from citizens as the FBI attempts to do any actual LE actions.

    Remember the FBI tip lines that the names of the school shooters were turned into? The FBI flubbed, because almost every FBI agent was involved in framing PDJT or in letting HRC off the hook. Working to protect the people who live on your FBI district will not look good in a report to HQ, who was focused on protecting HRC and eliminating Trump. Anything a field agent reported to HQ that did not support HQ’s focus was rendered as an irrelevant action.

    Every FBI field office was headed by an inexperienced agent, appointed by Mueller or Comey. That person wanted to get another promotion, and the only people who got promoted were the ones focused on supporting the corrupt FBI HQ.

    Of course I believe that AG Barr will protect the agencies, but only after he has had enough show trials with convictions to restore our faith in the FBI and DoJ.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s